I'd Start a Revolution (If I Could Get Up in the Morning) was pop\rock singer-songwriter Aimee Allen's debut album that was supposed to be released in 2002 by Elektra Records.
The album ended up being shelved after Elektra merged with Atlantic Records during that same year. Despite that, the lead single "Revolution" was released as a single, becoming the theme song for the WB television network series "Birds of Prey" and appearing on the soundtrack for the film "Storm".
The album featured producers such as Mark Ronson & Doug Gilmore. It also featured guest appearances by DJ Ashba of Sixx:A.M. and Guns N' Roses, underground rapper Pharoahe Monch, bassist Mike Elizondo, Deftones guitarist Stephen Carpenter and drummer Josh Freese (of Guns N' Roses, Nine Inch Nails & Weezer).
Although the album was never officially widely produced, some promotional discs were shipped out and the album was later leaked onto the Internet.
- "Revolution" (featuring DJ Ashba & Josh Freese)
- "I'm Not Your Girlfriend"
- "In the Sun"
- "If It Feels Right (Do It)"
- "Oblivion (ft. Pharoahe Monch)"
- "Silence Is Violence"
- "Good Times"
- "Stripper Friends"
- "Too Fucked Up For Love"
- "Wasting My Youth"
- "A Little Happiness"